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Colleague problem watch

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    In a 8 month relationship, and it's currently long distance, my colleague from work starts flirting and being a bit forward with me, ask for my number and said it's work based, so I gave it to him, also because I was surprised he would ask of it.
    He's been texting me regularly and keeps flirting and I don't mind it until today, when he was talking about some wedding and not trying to outstage the groom, and that he will go all out when he takes me out.

    The thing is, I have clearly shown to him that I am with someone, and I don't flirt back. And my bf knows that he's been approaching me and I don't know what to do, because it seems disrespectful, and I think he likes me but I don't want him to :|

    Doesn't help that he is very attractive, but I'm loyal to my bf.
    • Very Important Poster

    Very Important Poster
    You already have a boyfriend, tell the second guy you're not interested in anything more than being friends. Simple.
    • Aston Villa FC Supporter

    Aston Villa FC Supporter
    I think Meghan Trainor 'no' is applicable here.
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